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AIMF

"Created in 1979, AIMF brings together elected officials from more than 300 French-speaking metropolises and national associations of local authorities committed to common values: living together in harmony, gender equality, inclusive local governance, sustainable and responsible urban development, and a territorial approach to development.
Around this core, the AIMF mobilizes diverse partners (European Union, World Bank, decentralized cooperation, civil society, academics, States and Governments, Foundations...) to build the governance of tomorrow, to strengthen the empowerment of local authorities and to finance the development of territories.
This diversity of views makes AIMF a space for debate and reflection on the city of tomorrow, but also a technical and financial partner of local authorities with, each year, more than 8 million euros invested in support of field projects.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)"

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BNP PARIBAS

Credit, investment, financial advice… As the leading bank in the European Union and a leading international banking player, BNP Paribas increasingly integrates environmental and social issues into its activities and geographies.By helping private, corporate and institutional clients reduce their impacts on climate and biodiversity, the bank develops products, services, tools and methodologies enabling them to achieve sustainable change.Biodiversity conservation, entailing forests, is an essential element of this collective ambition.For example in Senegal, UN Women and BNP Paribas launched the program Agrifed in 2019, to contribute to the economic empowerment of 15 000 women through the development of climate-resilient agriculture.


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ENGIE
Caring for life and our planet is what has driven the ENGIE Foundation for almost 30 years. With 24% of its projects dedicated to access to renewable and sustainable energy and to biodiversity in 2020, the ENGIE Foundation is committed year after year to the environment. Goal ? Participate in ambitious, impactful projects and participate in the collective effort of the 2030 Agenda through the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

To preserve the environment, it is essential to favor clean energy sources ... and to make citizens aware of environmental issues. In Africa, the ENGIE Foundation enables electrification with renewable energies in schools in Senegal, Cameroon or hospitals (Panzi Hospital in the DRC)

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KERING
Kering is a global Luxury Goods Group that brings together and expands a group of emblematic Houses in Fashion, Leather Goods, Jewellery and Watches: Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Brioni, Boucheron, Pomellato, Dodo, Qeelin, Ulysse Nardin, Girard-Perregaux, and Kering Eyewear. By placing creation at the heart of its strategy, Kering enables its Houses to push back their limits in terms of creative expression, while shaping sustainable and responsible Luxury Goods. Concerned about its impact on the planet and on people, Kering has made the preservation of biodiversity a major focus of its sustainable development strategy. As collective action is one of the keys to sustainable change, the Group is proud to be associated with the Paris Initiative for African Forests and Biodiversity Conservation. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
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ORANGE

As a major digitalplayer on every continent,
Orangehas made closing the digital divide and protecting the environment key focusesof its strategy for the coming years. To address theclimate challenge, in late 2019 the Group made a strong commitment to be NetZero Carbon by 2040, a decade ahead of the goals for the sector. Thiscommitment involves an unprecedented effort in terms of energy efficiency,increased use of renewable energies and the circular economy, and prioritizes areal reduction in the Group's CO2 emissions across all its activities (scope 1,2 and 3) with action plans for each business line. Very much in line with allthe issues addressed by the "Central African Forest Initiative,"Orange also plans to use carbon sinks for its remaining irreducible emissions.These natural reservoirs absorb carbon from the biosphere and play a part inlocal development and the conservation